How to Talk with Ghosts

How to Talk with GhostsIs it possible to talk with ghosts? If so, how can we communicate with ghosts and spirits?

For ages, people have reported receiving messages from ghosts and spirits. Some of them have been warnings, while other information received has been helpful or requests for help. We explore how we can talk with ghosts using various forms of communication. So, even if you are not a psychic medium, read on and find out other methods you can try.

Before Talking with Ghosts, Weigh the Cost
Although most ghosts are not nefarious by nature (they are human spirits), know that a few people who were nasty while on Earth (bad people are almost assured of becoming ghosts until they want to change) may decide to continue to seek to attack or deceive people after their body passed. Before embarking on any "ghost talk" adventure, know that you will need to be of strong mind should you encounter a negative spirit. Ghosts with ill-intention are usally the exception; but if encountered, a ghost with a depraved disposition can attack, play mind games, seek gratification for a vice (attachment), harass, or even assault a person - even following them home. Some ghost attacks may be short lived or an ongoing nuisance that is very difficult to heal.

More About How We Can Talk with Ghosts
You'll notice it says "talk with ghosts" and not "talk to ghosts." Talking with ghosts should be more of a conversation, much like you would have with a person who was in-body. This is important to understand; otherwise, the ghost hunter will be treating the disembodied human spirit as a thing or monster. When communicating with specters, we need to identify with the ghost as simply being another human being. This is truly the first step toward establishing a back-and-forth, question and answer communication of value. Also choose to investigate with compassion. If you can find emotional triggers that will allow both you and the ghost to open up to emotions, then, a real bond can form that may allow you to be a friend and offer assistance if the person on the other side is open to it.